IN a move to uplift the standard of accommodation of university students in Nigeria, experts have called on concerned agencies to look into the possibility of students getting convenient accommodations close to their schools to improve their living conditions and enhance assimilation rate, as proximity of students' accommodation to their schools directly influences their academic performance.
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The National Universities Commission (NUC) has approved full accreditation of 20 academic programmes for the Federal University Dutsin-Ma, (FUDMA), in Katsina State. A statement signed by the chief public relations officer (CPRO) of the university, Habibu Garba Matazu, which was made available to LEADERSHIP, said results of the accreditation were contained in a technical […]
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The Ogun State government has appointed another set of 65 principals and 152 vice principals, towards enhancing smooth administration in public secondary schools across the state. The appointments, effected by state Teaching Service Commission (TESCOM), brings the total of principals and vice principals appointed by the Senator Ibikunle Amosun-led administration to 433 and 975 respectively. […]
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TWENTY–EIGHT indigent students in Anambra State, including four in tertiary institutions have been given a lifeline to continue with their studies, thanks to a non-governmental organisation, the Onyebuchi Chris Ifediorah Foundation, which has offered them scholarship.
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There is a general decline in education, I believe the economy has not helped the Nigerian education system
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■ Provost’s vacant position tears Alvan Ikoku College staff unions apart George Onyejiuwa, Owerri The crisis rocking the Alvan Ikoku Federal College of Education, Owerri, has taken a new twist as a faction of the Joint Action Committee (JAC) allegedly engaged students to attack the opposing camp. The two factions of JAC made...
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The inability of proprietors of private tertiary institutions to strike a balance between qualitative education and profit has made private universities out of reach of Nigerian middle class. YUSUF BABALOLA writes The current state of the nation’s education sector has been a source of concern to every stakeholder especially the federal government that recently mulled […]
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Nobel Peace Prize laureate Malala Yousafzai described as “cruel” a policy launched by US President Donald Trump to separate children of illegal immigrants from their families, during her first visit to South America to promote girls’ education.
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